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we go, who do you think comes out a winner here? >> well, you know, we like allstate. if you look for some context, look at the group you had before. the industry has been doing well because they have been raising pricing. allstate is the easiest sort of long-term pricing recovery story because they have a substantial number of captivation. they sell only one product. allstate is able to push pretty substantial price increases through when they need to. that is the company good earnings. they have had a lot of momentum. i think it is a hick up in the story. liz: josh, good to see you. thank you so much. josh sterling. watch those insurers. it will change moment by moment. dow jones industrials looks like making a go. turning positive right now. well, actually, about a half of a point. we have been up 81 points today. we have so much to talk about. the barracks, the earth movers, the home numbers, they have building products that will be needed for the post hurricane cleanup. all of that and much more coming up. stay tuned. ♪ this is america. we don't let frequent heartburn come
, allstate, and there aren't any federal -- >> you what you just said from government to date. he did not hear what judy miller said. cover run the committee refused 14 times to answer questions about fema. you'd like to think a guy running for president and god knows that i have been on the front lines in campaigns would be able to have the response. what the states to do it, but they're is a role for the federal government. >> what you think? >> obviously a very important role. turn your electricity on. if your waiting for that. lou: the government. >> a buy you some candles and sundays and flashlights. the end of the day you have to be very careful. a very precarious situation. all bunch of states beyond the east shore. you can't look political. lou: okay. restaurant where the races right now. this will be distressing to judy miller. obama is running behind. it is by a narrow margin. a full point advantage among those most likely to vote. so where are we? what's happening? >> i think we're at a point where as you suggest seven national polls out. yesterday five or six of them had g
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